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CIT226 Ch 14

CIT226.01 Win Server Chapter 14 AD User and Computer Accounts

TermDefinition
Built-in account A user account created by default when Windows is installed on a computer. An example is the local Administrator account.
Csvde A utility that imports comma-separated text files into the AD DS database. You can use this utility to automate the bulk creation of user or group accounts.
Djoin.exe A utility that enables you to configure a client computer running Windows 7/8/8.1/Server 2008/R2/2012/2012 R2 to join a domain without contacting a domain controller.
Domain user account A user account that is stored in the AD DS database. It permits a user to log on to any computer in the domain in which it is located or a trusted domain.
Dsadd A command-line tool that enables you to add objects such as users, groups, contacts, or computers to the AD DS database.
Ldifde A utility that enables you to import data formatted in the LDAP Data Interchange Format (LDIF) format to the AD DS database. You can use this tool to automate the creation of user, computer, or group accounts.
Local user account A user account stored in the Security Accounts Manager (SAM) of a member server or client computer. Such an account can be used to log on to that computer only and does not possess any domain privileges.
Offline domain join Use the djoin.exe command to create metadata that will enable a new computer to automatically join a domain and then add this metadata to the installation files to enable the domain join to take place on installation of the operating system.
Protected Admin An administrative user account other than the default domain administrator, which operates normally with ordinary user rights and asks for confirmation of any administrative task by displaying a User Account Control (UAC) prompt.
Template account A special account created for the sole purpose of copying as needed when creating a large number of user accounts with similar privileges.
User Account Control (UAC) UAC is a security feature designed to protect your computer from unauthorized changes by alerting you of pending administrative actions. UAC displays a prompt that requests approval when you want to perform an administrative task. User logon name
User principal name (UPN) An alternative username formatted in a manner similar to that of an email address (for example, user@domain.com). Its use enables a user to more easily log on to a domain in the forest other than the domain to which the user belongs.
User principal name (UPN) suffix The portion of the UPN following the “@” character. By default, this is the DNS domain name of the domain in which the user account is located. can define an alternative UPN suffix that enables you to conceal the actual domain structure
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